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Sencha/ExtJs: Encode/Decode an array in the client/server communications
Hi, I would expose you a simple solution to encode an array of objects during the submission of a form on client side (in Javascript) and decode this same array on server side (in JAVA). Client side During the submission of a form, we create a parameter named MyArrayParam which will contain the array of objects: We need a method to create the parameter ...more»
Sencha:ExtJs: Measure processing time in web application on client side (Model, Store loadings and AJAX calls)
Hi, Here, I would propose you a post concerning the measure of processing time in web application on client side (Model, Store loadings and AJAX calls), for example, the time between the sending of request and the receipt of response from server on client side, or the processing time for the support of server's response on client side. Ajax Calls In this ...more»
Sencha/ExtJs: How I find the version used in an application?
One time or another, everyone will need to ask this question: How I find the ExtJs/Sencha version used in an application? In ExtJS, Ext.version defines the version used, however, in ExtJS 4.x, Ext.version has been replaced by Ext.getVersion(). But we don't assume that Ext.version=3.x and Ext.getVersion()=4.x, so the below code detects the version of Sencha used: For example: Best regards, ...more»
Javascript: Debug Console
Many developers still use alert boxes to check their JavaScript code. And yet there is a Javascript console in most browsers: Google Chrome, Firefox (with Firebug), Internet Explorer, Opera (with the Developer Console tool) and Safari. For example in IE8, you can access IE8 script console by launching the "Developer Tools" (F12). Click the "Script" tab, then click "Console" on the ...more»
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